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Illinois chapter leaders survive annual conference
NAPERVILLE, Ill. (10/6/10)--More than 80 leaders from 21 of the Illinois Credit Union League’s 24 chapters “survived” this year’s annual Chapter Leaders Conference, hosted by the league and the
Click to view larger image The Illinois Credit Union League recently hosted its annual Chapter Leaders Conference, with the theme, “Strive, Survive, Thrive.” Twenty-four chapters attended the conference, which included outdoor teamwork activities. (Photo provided by the Illinois Credit Union League)
Aurora Chapter. The conference was themed, “Strive, Survive, Thrive.” During the conference, winners of the state-level Credit Union Political Action Council’s (CUPAC) annual chapter fundraising competition were recognized. Winners included:
* First place--Southern Illinois Chapter, $18,083; * Second place--George G. Burnett Chapter, $10,976; * Third place--Kankakee Valley Chapter, $10, 885; and * Honorable Mention--Thomas W. Doig Chapter, $9,256.
A silent auction also raised $1,665 at the conference. The money was donated to CUPAC and the Illinois Credit Union Foundation.
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